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. >> nick: no? >> gabi: mm-mm. >> brady: good morning. >> kristen: hi. >> brady: i was just admiring how beautiful you look in the morning. >> kristen: mm. >> brady: in the morning. >> kristen: you don't look so bad yourself. it's nice waking up together, isn't it? >> brady: it is. >> kristen: just think, if we were married... we'd be waking up together every morning for the rest of our lives. >> brady: kristen, kristen... >> kristen: what? >> brady: you have marriage on the brain. my god, you were joking about it last night, here you are this morning talking about it. >> kristen: i know, but brady there's--the thing is... i'm not joking. >> male announcer: like sands through the hourglass, so are the days of our lives. [soft orchestration] ♪ >> johnny: hey, rafe? >> rafe: yeah? >> johnny: i grew out of the fbi jacket you got me. >> rafe: oh. hmm. well, here's the thing--i don't actually work for the fbi anymore. i'll tell you what. i'll try and find you one. how's that? >> johnny: thanks! >> rafe: so, last night... must have had fun on your sleepover, huh? >> johnny: it was cool. >> r
in the superbowl. our kristen berset is in the big easy tonight. and i hear you got to talk to a player who has such an inspirational story it was made into a movie? >> reporter: that's right. you remember the movie the blindside. sandra bullock was the star and there was a the story of michael ore. he went onto become a first round draft pick and now plays for the baltimore ravens. we got at chance to sit down with the family today and do an exclusive interview. they just got in town to see their son live out their dream. and actually shawn touwe, michael ore's dad is from new orleans. so he's overjoyed to see his son play in his hometown. but to get this far as a pro athlete, you obviously have to be competetive. and they feel that all that michael has been through in his life has prepared him for this moment. >> he is just one of these kids that works hard with everything he does. he'll set a goal and he'll achieve it. whatever the next level was, he does what it takes to get there. and i fully believe because of that, there is no doubt in his mind or our mind that we're going to win. we're
:00 this morning. kristen and eric? >> thank you so much. we hear what we want to hear, eric. >> that is partly true. a scare in the air. alaska airline flights is forced to make an emergency landing in oregon. >> police could be close to nabbing the super bowl ticket scamers who ripped off a woman for thousands. >> in today's tech bytes more than just "new york times", other major media companies as the "wall street journal" have been the victims of chinese hackers like the times. apple still dominates the tablet computer market with an increase in shipments, but a group says apple's share is shrinking and samsung doubled. >> facebook is offering gift cards. olive garden is participating. you may not see it right away it is being rolled out gradually. >> and the release of grand theft auto five has been pushed back to later this year. the publisher wants a little more time in order to "polish" the popular video game. have a >> petaluma and antioch and all the bay area this is abc7 news. >> alaska airline passengers are waking up in seattle after a scary trip. they were forced to make an emerge
with one dead and four wounded. i'm kristen sze. >> cheryl: vallejo police found a lot of shell casings. amy hollyfield has the latest. >> police haven't made any arrests, they really don't have very many good leads. residents in the area say all of those gunshots certainly startled them but they weren't surprised. >> gunshots came so fast and so many of them, some people tell us they thought they were fireworks including terry's family members, but he knew what it was and went into defensive mode. >> last night i was sitting in the liflgs room with my kid and you hear multiple shots. only thing i could do is grab my kid and get them down. >> reporter: police say five people were shot in and around this garage in vallejo and east humboldt street. >> victims transported to area hospitals and two victims remain here. >> one diet died and another is a critical condition. all of the victims are in their 20s. residents say a man and a woman live here and many say they haven't had a chance to get to know them. >> it was a month ago and there has been a whole bunch of ruckus going on ever sinc
eastbound 24 before 51st a stall in the last lane. kristen and eric? >> we will be back. the niners and the fans have to wait until next year for another attempt at the lombardi trophy. the ravens went up on the nineers 28-6 after jones took the first play of the second half in the kickoff all the way at 108 yards for a touchdown tying an all-time nfl record. what happened next, a 34 manufacture -- 34 minute power outage. in the final minutes the niners had three chances to score and take the lead but kaepernick could not connect on the final try and the ravens win 34-31. >> i made too many mistakes for us to win. >> we had several opportunities and we did not play our best. the ravens made a lot of plays our guys battled back. >> this was the niners first ever super bowl loss in their six trips to the big game. >> super bowl live team coverage continues with katie marzullo live in new orleans. >> good morning, katie. >> afternoon, kristen and eric. we took a walk over here to jackson square, grabbed a newspaper along the way, here is the headlines "electrifying, baltimore survivors
shore freeway, traffic is light flowing nicely moving into the bay bridge and macarthur maze. kristen and eric? >> 4:38. >> it is looking up in san jose. that is the mayor's message in the state of the city address. >> let dreams of another world series trophy begin, where giant fans can have fun with the top players this weekend. >> but, first the tech bytes. >> more evidence that facebook weaves a tangled web with many users sent to a facebook error page. the problem is fixed now. hundreds of full films on youtube despite efforts to stop copyright violations including disney. yesterday, disney blocked the films on youtube. the much anticipated iphone app is available, mailbox, with 250,000 people on the waiting list. the free app is easier to use. and gameers are excited about assassin 4, the publisher says four will feature a new hero and all new team and a different time period. those are ♪ [ female announcer ] at yoplait, we want you to feel even better about your favorite flavors. so when you call, tweet, and post, we listen. that's why yoplait light and yoplait original are n
hit by a bullet. >> kristen: a smoke directorer help save lives. it broke out near the living room fireplace shortly before 7:00 a.m. one unit was destroyed. another was badly damaged. it took 30 firefighters to put the fire out. thankfully everybody got out safely. firefighters say the blaze does not appear to be suspicious. >> following an emergency meeting, they are strongly condemning north korea's latest nuclear test. the u.n. says the test poses a threat to international peace and security. overnight. north korea announced it's successfully tested and third and most powerful nuclear device. north korea says it was merely the first response to u.s. threats and vows to continue. >> kristen: president obama is putting the finishing touches on the state of the union tonight. he is expected to focus on jobs but also on gun control and a new development this morning in afghanistan. karen travevs joins us live from washington. >> reporter: good morning. the white house is looking at inauguration state of the union as two acts in the same play. first speech laid out the vision and no
the white house and democrats into damage control. nbc's kristen welker is in port st. lucie tonight with more on that. kristen? >> reporter: lester, good evening. president obama has long said if congress can't come up with an immigration reform bill, he will submit his own proposal to the hill. but now that leaked copy of his plan is inflaming an already heated debate. while president obama vacationing in florida hit the links with tiger woods in this palm city community, the immigration debate got a fresh jolt when "usa today" reported on a leaked copy of the president's immigration proposal. according to the paper, the draft bill would create a new lawful prospective immigrant visa that would allow illegal immigrants to become legal permanent residents in eight years and the plan would boost border security funding and require employers to check immigration status of new hires. >> good evening. >> reporter: that drew sharp criticism from republican senator marco rubio, a key figure in the bipartisan group working on immigration reform. in a statement, he said, "if actually propos
this is a water main break in the northeast area so the cable car will be a bus shuttle. kristen and eric? >> it is 4:38. heartbreaking story, a teenage girl is rescued from life on the streets. next, the police crackdown on prostitution in san jose's worst area for human trafficking. >> the bay area woman who had sex with teenages is back in trouble, an investigation uncovers >> santa clara, san francisco, east bay, and all the bay area. this is abc7 news. >> 4:41 on wednesday. a live look out here, gorgeous view of the bay. from up this high you can see the camera shaking a little bit, a little bit breezy certainly crystal clear and combed. we will get details on the changing forecast with mike nicco coming up. >> the livermore woman who became known as hummer mom is back in jail for violating parole days after being released from prison. the 44-year-old christine hubbs finished a two-year and nine month jail science for having sex with two, 14-year-old boys in hotels and her home and the back of her hummer. they were her daughter's friends. last friday, they found porn in her home and
. jonathan could be voted into the hall of fame. kristen berset is outside the superdome with the latest. hey kristen, any word yet? >> reporter: hey bruce, we just got word about the latest hall of fame class, and jonathan ogden was selected to be a part of this class. that's the first baltimore ravens draft pick is their first-ever hall of famer. art was denied for a second time. we will discuss more of those in the hall of fame tonight on game on that starts at 8:00. but you also mentioned rg3. he is here in new orleans. you haven't heard too much about his knee. we did hear when doctors cleared him to travel to new orleans to be a part of the nfl honors reward show. he is up for rookie of the year. he was busy talking on the red corporate. we did see him without crutches. that's a good sign. i caught up th his buddy this week. he recently went to go see griffin. i wanted to know how the qb was doing. >> you know, come into a program that has been -- help be able to turn that around. everyone going in the same direction. that's how we get that push to get into the post season. >> now th
sharing vows. it's they dated, the oscar edition. >>> plus -- rob and kristen's sexual outtakes and "twilight" stunts and the scenes you will only see here on the bible series. >> you want to take us to the commercial? >> i'm on it. that's all when >>> "vanity fair's" campaign hollywood kicks off with the 2013 vanity's calendar >>> crucifixion of christ. our special preview of the most dramatic moment from the new bible mini series. that is just about ten minutes away. but right now, let's go to rob and roxy. >> nancy, the nba all-star game shook up houston this weekend, and guess who was there? >> lucky me. i wasn't just there, rob. got to play a little basketball myself. it was all part of my wild b-ball weekend. >> jealous. >> i'm with beyonce courtside at the nba all-star games. hanging with the superstars. can you stand it? all in a day's work. >> from "entertainment tonight," number 34, rocsi diaz! >> but it's not all work. i laced them up and stepped on the court, competing in the celebrity all-star game. let's just say, we came in second place. worst part, i broke a nail
bridge until 6:00 this morning. kristen and eric? >> the man accused of murdering a 13-year-old not bay girl will answer to the charges in court this morning. family, friends and others say goodbye. amy is live at the courthouse in fairfield. amy? >> anthony lamar jones is expected to enter a plea in court today but fairfield will be focused on the victim today. there will be a public funeral for 13-year-old janell conway allen, being held at 1:00 o'clock today, at the benicia city cemetery. the 7th grader was missing for a day before her body was found in court. the accused killer did not enter a plea when he was in court but now he is charged with murder and they added kidnapping, rape, and lewd acts on a child. because of the special circumstances he could be sentenced to death if he is convicted. he is due in court at 8:30 this morning and is being held in jail without bail. >> thank you very much. new this morning the lead investigator in the oscar pistorius case is facing attempted murder charges of his own. we could find out today if oscar pistorius is granted bail. katie marzull
shortly. kristen and eric? >> victimming news, the santa cruz sheriff is planning another news conference on the shootout that killed two officers. mourners gathered in a show of sympathy and grief. cornell bernard is live at the santa cruz police department. >> moving tribute grows at santa cruz police headquarters people are bringing flowers, cards, candles, a memorial to two police officers killed in the line of duty. last night an outpouring of emotion as the community came together to mourn and to share thoughts and prayers about the two courageous officers, detective sergeant particularren butch baker and elizabeth butter who were ambushed and killed by a man accused of sexual assault. we are learning more information of the terrifying moments after the shooting, the scene on tuesday shows a fire truck responding to the call for help moments after that happened, the shooter goulet returned to the area and fired at officers and firefighters helped the citizens take cover and shield add woman on the ground. the firefighter who did this heroic act did itselflessly to protect them. that
for our daily fix, washington post columnist ruth marcus, and nbc news white house correspondent kristen welker. welcome both. first to you, ruth. you've talked -- you've written a lot about hagel and about the ted cruz fell nonnon, and all of the piling on. we now hear in the weekend interviews that there's going to be an interview and they expect it to go through, john mccain and others are going to vote against. we had the votes in terms of the cloture vote on friday, on wednesday, rather, in terms of having 58 votes, but now what is this whole issue of the rutgers speech? >> i think it's all about sort of desperate search to find something. usually when you are asking questions about a nominee, and i'm a really big dlooefr believer in oversight and the advisory process, but usually you have a reason to think there's someone there. this is just scouring the kitchen cabinets and seeing if you can find any little dust balls any place, and i think they are just -- you and i have seen it so many times. if you can run out the clock enough, maybe something will come up, and this is just sor
24. kristen and eric? >> we have developing news from the north bay, sonoma county investigators are on the scene of a shocking triple murder near forestville. cornell bernard is live with what we are learning. >> we are on highway 116 not far from the crime scene where the bodies of three men are inside the cabin. the sheriff is not saying much about the murder mystery. we were over the property near forestville and deputies say a man discovered the body of his brother and two others in a back bedroom of the cabin tuesday afternoon. all three were shot. the victims appear to have been targeted. the crime has left neighbors in the community completely stunned. >> i understand there was a shooting. i heard that from a friend. >> did not appear to be a struggle. they died of gunshot wounds. >> execution-style. >> i will not discuss that. >> murder-suicide? >> it is not. >> investigators will have more to say later today. investigators say the shooter or shooters remain at large but police do not think the public is in danger because the crime does not appear to be random. the victi
be careful, nicky. you know what happens to snitches. >> kristen: hey! >> brady: hello. >> kristen: i was just texting you. i've got some big news. >> brady: oh, i think i know what it is. this big news--sami and ej are back together, right? >> kristen: yeah. >> brady: yeah, she was yelling at me in the middle of the town square, and she just blurted it out. >> kristen: that is so sami. five minutes after telling ej not to tell anybody, she tells you. >> brady: exactly. and he told you, i assume. >> kristen: yeah, well, we're pretty close. i have to say though, you know, even though marlena's done some pretty horrible things to me, i feel kind of bad for her. >> brady: [sighs] that's why sami wants to keep it a secret. >> kristen: she's right. sometimes people don't have to know everything, right? i mean, what they don't know can't hurt them. >> brady: like you and i could get married and not tell dad and marlena? >> kristen: i never thought of that. is that what you're suggesting? [door closes] >> ej: so, now, did you have a nice time today with your cousin and your great-grandma? >>
distraction coming at a critical time in the gun control debate. nbc's kristen welker is at the white house tonight with the photo and the story behind it. kristen? >> reporter: lester, good evening. the gun debate took a detour this week when president obama said he likes to shoot skeet at camp david. gun rights advocates called for proof and today the white house provided it. it's not a picture you see every day, and it's several months old, but white house press secretary jay carney felt the need to release this photo on twitter today. >> finally? they finally dug up some evidence? >> reporter: it's an image of president obama shooting skeet at camp david on his birthday back in august. all this after an interview published sunday in which the new republic asked the president, have you ever fired a gun? mr. obama responded, yes, in fact, up at camp david, we do skeet shooting all the time. and i have a profound respect for the traditions of hunting that trace back in this country for generations. comedians pounced. >> you can barely hear yourself think over all the
is light you have two lights and eventually four lanes for southbound with all clear here. kristen and eric? >> 4:31. the search for a former has a -- former lapd police officer has people being anxiety. there was a reported sighting yesterday in big bear which has gone cold and schools will re-open this morning under extra security. the mayor of los angeles announced a huge reward to bring dorner to justice. >> this group, led by my office, is posting a reward of $ 1 million for information that will lead to his capture. >> the los angeles police chief announced that the 2007 firing case would be re-opened. he was fired after he accused the training officer of kicking a mentally ill man in the face during an arrest. stay with abc news for the latest developments in the driver donor manhunt with instant updates of developments on twitter as well as on our website at abc7news.com. >> happening now, clean up is underway after a massive tornado ripped through hattiesburg, miss, with the twister injuring thin and tore up homes and the campus of the university of southern mississippi. it caused
on way to central and southern marin. eric and kristen? >> thank you. new video shows the possible dog napiers -- nappers. this video was recorded on a known saying people deny taking the puppy when the rescue worker called police the two people ran off. the dog is doing well and a police officer who responded has expressed interest in adopting the pup. >> doubly city leaders are trying an alternate approach to keeping canadian geese from a difficult park using dogs to keep them away. the city is worried of the mess caused by the 250 geese who want to call it "home." the waste can be dangerous for kid would play soccer and baseball at the field. the dog's first week they chased away 40 percent of the geese. they will stay on the job with an open-ended contract to chase the geese until they have all left. >> wait until you see what the police found when they served a search warrant for drugs. take a look. they discovered a 3' long baby alligator. the couple that lives there suspected of selling marijuana, the alligator was turned over to the humane services. police also found 50 pounds
. kristen and eric? >> thank you. it could be the biggest heists of its kind while you were sleeping the daring $50 million caper pulled off by a team of bull bandits. >> gymnasts and skiers do it and now an attempt of a back flip in a car. did he hit the landing? first the tech bytes this morning. >> in today's tech bytes pointing the finger at china, a security firm can tie the recent attacks on united states businesses and government agencies to the chinese army. the company has traced hacking tabling in shanghai used by an army unit. samsung has the lead in cell phones and will announce the next version of their top vice next week the galaxy giving the iphone a run for the money. there are 14 billion web pages on the intent they are all connected. a physicist claims any one page is only separated by any other by 19 clicks or fewer. the search engines and sites that collect news >> san rafael, south bay, and all bay area, this is abc7 news. >> good tuesday morning. hope you had a nice long weekend. this is a live picture of the san mateo bridge with traffic moving fine. it does no
until 5:00. kristen and eric? >> a raccoon falls victim to a demorable crime, the officer being made to find the people who left it for dead the. >> a bay area high school coach sues the catholic church and is being punished for doing the right thing. >> ancient chinese army in the bay area >> fremont, palo alto and all the bay area this is abc7 news. >> a live look from the cameras with the embarcardero and bay bridge. not as cold as yesterday. >> more news, this morning a $1,000 reward being offered to help track down the person who shot a raccoon. gunshot fragments were in its body. it was found alive but unresponsive sunday morning. it was lying against a cushion palm avenue in south san francisco and a veterinarian had to put the raccoon to sleep the 12000 animal the humane society has found shot since december. >> remarkable exhibit showcasing the life and legacy of china's first emperor opens tomorrow at the asian art museum in san francisco. it showcases the famous terra cotta warrior statues. here a preview. >> 8,000 terra cotta warriors have been unearthed but this is the o
's kristen welker is at the white house. to tell us more about what's at stake. kristen? >> reporter: good evening. president obama has said he would be in contact with members of congress, but according to my sources here at the white house and on the hill there have been no top-level discussions today and there is no resolution in sight. at the governors association meeting in washington, bipartisan frustration. >> the uncertainty of sequestration is really harming our states and national economy. >> there can't be any question. this is something nobody wants. right? it's not a balanced, thoughtful compromise. >> reporter: hope for a deal is fading but the president said today there is still time. >> these cuts don't have to happen. congress can turn them off any time with just a little compromise. >> reporter: recent polls show a majority of americans support the president's plan to avert the sequester through new taxes and spending cuts. but house republicans say they just agreed to raise taxes and this deal should be solely based on slashing spending. >> house republicans have already
problems. the accident northbound 101 at vermont and san francisco is on the right shoulder. kristen and eric? >> a car dealer accused of swindling dozens from their expensive automobiles is waking up in jail, a story abc7 first broke in december. our reporter is live at the sunnyvale consignment dealership where it took place. amy? >> he was working in the lot, surrounded by expensive cars in sunnyvale and today he is headed to court. here is the mug shot. he was arrested yesterday and charged with six counts of grand theft. he was then to many customers as andy paul. some customers looked for their cars in early december and they showed up leader and found an empty lot. the cars and owners were gone. the owner promised to sell the high end cars. 40 people say they lost their cars in the scam and many say they are relieved someone has been arrested. a lot of the owners say theyst ill do not know where the cars are. bail is set at $500,000. if convicted he could go to jail for six years. he will be arraigned today. live from sunnyvale for abc7 news. >> thank you. >> we are less than
at the 24 junction. kristen and eric? >> former cal football coach could be out of a job but he will not have to worry about bouncing checks getting up to $5.5 million in a settlement agreement with the university. he was fired this season after 3-9 record. cal growed pay $1.6 million this year, $1.8 million next year, and $1.59 million in 2015. he is the all time winningest coach with 82-50 record with the team. >> a poll showing a slip for president obama when it comes to a group that helped him get elected. but, first, seven-day ordeal ends for a five-year-old boy in alabama, the high-tech equipment >> santa clara, san francisco, east bay, and all the bay area this is abc7 news. >> 6:15. let's look at cloud forecast. it is thick. watch house stubborn it remains during the morning and the early afternoon. you can see the cold front coming through. it is quiet. from noon to 3:00 or 4:00. behind it, we will see sunshine late if the day. temperatures until then are in the 40's. 50's at noon and low-to-mid 50's and mid-to-upper 50's at 4:00. this evening, a light jacket and mid-40
and no delays, just road work eastbound dumbarton bridge until 6:00 this morning. various lanes there. kristen and eric? >> new this morning, san jose mayor is preparing to talk about his vision for the coming year in the state of the city address amid new polls that residents could be having a change of heart on higher taxes. now a preview of that. >> the mayor will build his state of the city address around a word that normally no one wants to hear, taxes. tonight, the mayor 8 call on community leaders to organize a campaign for city seals tax -- sales tax to restore money to city workers who took cuts. residents are willing to pay new taxes with 70 percent support for a .25 sales tax increase and 57 percent for half a cent sales tax increase. the earliest this would be on the ballot is next year. folks here in san jose have voted four times to aprove sales tax increases since the mayor has taken office back in 2007 and it is not clear if another will fly. we will find out tonight when the mayor makes his state of the city address tonight. >> right now we have breaking news to tell you about
direction. walnut creek is looking good southbound 680 toward 24. kristen and eric? >> a judge could rule by today whether the family of a man who drowned in the waters off alameda can sue the city. the 53-year-old wandered neck high to the frigid waters off crown beach in a suicide attempt. police and firefighters stood by as he drowned. budget constraints at the time kept firefighters from being recertified to carry out a water rescue. the attorney says first responders did nut have legal duty to help the man. >> a bay area company is likely to be the darling of wall street this morning. that is leading to a stock surge for >> daly city, dublin and los gatos and all the bay area this is abc7 news. >> this is radar showing rain right now. as it hits the higher elevation it towns to a winter mix. coming from the snow grade, mission boulevard, the rain stops right there before you make the sharp left-hand turn where you pick up the rain again, especially toward lafayette street headed back to sunny veil where we have rain stretching to cupertino. the best showers are over the ocean and to
plaza. >> kristen and eric? >> the drowning of a man at an east bay beach, why rescuers had no obligation to save him. >> the new push in sacramento to give las vegas a run for its money. [ woman ] don't forget the yard work! okay. [ male announcer ] with citibank's popmoney, dan can easily send money by email right from his citibank account. nice job ben. [ male announcer ] next up, the gutters. citibank popmoney. easier banking. standard at citibank. to deposit checks from anywhere. [ wind howling ] easier than actually going to the bank. mobile check deposit. easier banking. standard at citibank. always antioch and pet plume, this is abc7 news. >> live loom at the san mateo bridge the bridge deck is wet. we will check with sue with how this is affecting traffic and mike will tell us where the rain is headed and when it will be out. >> alameda county judge could rule whether the family of a man who drowned off alameda can sue the city. the 52-year-old wandered into the frigid waters on memorial day of 2011 in an affair rant suicide attempt. they wondered why police stood b
of 10 or 15 minutes. kristen and eric? >> next, meet the bay area newest lottery winner, and see what he intends to do with his new nest egg and we do mean "nest egg." >> the stars are ready for oscar and everything that comes with the big night. by, first, america's money report. >> topping america's money, putting the brick on consumer spending. walmart is the latest retailer forecasting he we are sales, blaming the newly restored payroll tax but worries of the big increase in gas prices. the agricultural department says there is no reason to expect another dry year so there should be higher crop yields and lower prices means less cost for meat, poultry and dairy farmers so the outlook for food prices is good. young adults are cutting their debt load lowering it by a third in a three-year-period. the debt for those 35 and older only declined 8 percent. snitch is one one of two new fim opening but it will only take in $12 million because many will stay home and watch the oscars here >> antioch, petaluma and all the bay area this is abc7 news. >> good friday morning. a live look from our
morning, kristen. we are in front of the theater on hollywood boulevard where they are busy cleaning up, stripping away all the red carpet. thought one movie cleaned up but "argo" won best picture. >> there was little surprise that it took the top prize. the film's director humbled. >> never thought i would be back here. and i am because of so many of you who are here tonight. >> hosted by seth mcfarlane it was pat satire, silly, and song and dance. ♪ just way you look tonight >> daniel day-lewis portrayal of abraham lincoln earned his third best. >> three years ago before we decided to do a straight swap, i actually had been committed to play margaret thatcher. >> best actress jennifer lawrence got her first. >> you are just feeling bad that i fell and that is embarrassing but thank you. >> anne hathaway as the favorite to win best supporting actress won for "les miserables." and "unchained" won best supporting actor. the biggest upset is director for "life of pi" and musical tributes including "chicago." "les miserables." also of course the 50th anniversary of james bond with adele
to highway one. kristen and eric? >> now to developing news from santa cruz where the town is. coming together following the shooting death of two officers in the line of duty. cornell bernard joins us live with what we are lending about the shootout. cornell? >> a very, very sad day in santa cruz, a city in mourning mourning the death of two believes killed in the line of document when they came to the home, at north branciforte, the suspect opened fire. they have been combing every inch of the crime scene. we have new video. several cars were reof -- removed from the property, a white luxus with bullet holes. detective sergeant butch baker and his colleague, elizabeth but her lost their lives on tuesday when they responded to the home. they were met with gunfire. the officers were killed. we were overhead minutes later. half an hour later the 35-year-old suspect was spotted and chased by police. he was shot and killed during the pursuit. police chief says his department now is coming to grip with the tragedy. >> there are not words to describe how i feel personally about there and h
bart on saturday and muni on saturday, and caltran on a modified holiday and now over to kristen and eric? >> happening now, legal trick -- electric car owners could be smiling, but the rest of us, prices have increased each day for the past month. amy has more on the reasons why. amy? >> ouch. this is the 32nd day of increases including hurricane sandy to switching from the gas we use in the winter to summer gas. it is all coming together to mean bad news for drivers. as of this morning in san francisco you are paying $4.13 up from $3.67 a month ago. check out oakland, you are also up over $4 a gallon and the same situation in san jose a big jump all over the bay area. there are a number of problems that have driven up the price, the recession in europe is not helping. energy futures are reflecting those concerns. unexpected maintenance going on at refineries. and hurricane sandy caused operational problems in the northeast. we have to switch from winter grid to summer grade and that also costs money. we know we have it here in the bay area. we have it tough but maybe you will f
minutes. kristen and eric? >> bay area freeway traffic on lots of facts and another factor caltrain is dealing with thieves stealing copper wiring. >> you may not think that the terrible rush hour traffic can be made worse by copper thieves but it can be and it is. they target metering lights and our media partner is reporting that because they steal the valuable copper that powers the light, they are made useless. some lights have been out for two weeks. people are stealing the copper for the money. it has gone for up to $4 a pound at the yards, nearly triple the price it was four years ago. but a new law made deter thieves with conviction on felonies up to three years in prison, and a maximum fine of $10,000. look at this, the last year in the bay area alone, vandals have stolen copper from 59 meters. caltran has only replaced wiring at 18 meters because of it takes three to four months to make repairs and the fix for the replacement costs $35,000 each. so caltrain is changing a lost copper wiring to aluminum wiring and moving equipment to other locations making it not as easy to
busy but no major stalls or accidents to slow you up. kristen? eric? >> developing news from russia. more than 725 people have been injured after a meteorite over siberia 950 miles east of now last night. video from youtube shows most mostly bright lights before it broke up. the public of injured is grow as if you reports come in from small towns in the area. katie marzullo will have a live more in 30 minutes. >> right now, an elementary school is ready to re-open this morning after a late night shooting left one dead. our reporter joining us live from hillside elementary in san leandro. amy? >> the campus is closed and the kids the be allowed to return to school and there will be a crisis team here if the kid want to talk about what happened on their campus. friends and fell of the victim turn this campus into a memorial last night holding a vigil for the 19-year-old. the college student was shot to death on wednesday night before 9:00. investigators say he may have been playing a dice game on the hillside elementary school campus before he was killed. his mother says he didn't hav
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portal area. kristen and eric? >> develop news, investigators will comb several crime scenes this morning as santa cruz police mourn two officers killed in a shoot intermediate with a gunman. it is the first time ever the department has lost an officer in the line of doubt. cornell bernard is live in santa cruz. cornell? >> it is a very sad day in santa cruz. the city mourns the death of two believes killed in the line of duty when they came to a home on north entrance -- entrance -- branciforte. they are looking for evidence in the tragedy at the crime scene. a growing memorial of flowers, prayers, cards, very touching. it has begun here at the police headquarters for detective sergeant baker and his colleague, detective elizabeth butler. it began on tuesday when officers responded to the home on north branciforte. the officers were killed. an hour later, the suspect was spotted and chased by police. he was shot and killed during the pursuit. this community deals with the loss, the police chief is coming to grips with the unspeakable tragedy. >> there are not words to describe how i feel
to imagine baseball season is around the corner, but it is. kristen berset is here to tell us about an exciting new partership. >> it gets going this week down in vierra for the grapefruit league. the upcoming baseball season with the nationals coming off their best year yet. we here at wusa9 are excited to be in the middle of all of that. we teamed up with mid atlantic sports network to bring our viewers 20 nationals game this season. it all starts with opening day on april 1. the day the nationals division title banner will be raised for the very first time. aside from that, wusa9 with sigh simulcast weekend games. this is a win/win for everybody. >> we have a core viewer and core audience we want to speak to on a full-time basis. baseball works within that, it's a great family event. it's a great event for people. the nationals are hot. we are really excited to have them on our air. >> you can catch all the excitement of the nationals home opener against miami here on wusa9. we'll bring you live coverage leading up to that game. that's april 1 right here on channel 9. you were
of our san francisco 49ers. good morning, everyone. >> i am kristen sze. 49 fans are disney from the super bowl loss but no one is more proud of head coach jim harbaugh than the ravens' winning head coach, john harbaugh, spoke this morning. >> jim is a great competitor and will do what he has always done, come out swinging, he will go back do work and go do work on the draft. no one handles it better than jim harbaugh the best coach in football and the team will be roaring back. >> kind words for his little brother and happening now, the 49ers are making their way home here to the bay area. you are look at a live picture of mineta san jose international airport where the charter jet will land this afternoon. look at the fog and clouds. the team is boarding the charter jets in new orleans right now and is expected to land some time early this afternoon and take a bus to the team facility in santa clara. abc7 news reporter is live in san francisco now with a lock at how disappointed fans are reacting. amy? >> kristen, the gray weather fits the mood here perfectly. everyone is gloom
mateo area is moving at the limit with no delays. kristen and eric? >> big change in education. your 8th grader is no longer going to be required to take am gentleman practice in school. the state board has decided to end the 15-year-old policy of requiring 8th graders to take algebra moving if line with what most other states offer, common court curriculum. you can take another math class with elements of algebra if the school offers the courses. some fear they will eliminate algebra altogether for 8th graders. >> we have been left behind in the world when it comes to education standards. we will absolutely lose our place unless we keep a rigorous regime for california. this is going in the wrong direction. >> footers insist math classes will still be rigorous even without the algebra requirement. >> numbers from the energy d show americans spend an average of $2,900 a year on gasoline, 4 percent our pretax income, the highest in 30 years. the report also says that we use less gasoline in 2012 mostly because of more fuel efficient vehicles. listen to this: a second study from the union
people including a fellow officer. good morning, i am kristen sze. >> now, right to abc7 news reporter, katie, with the news. >> in the past 30 minutes we learned the search for christopher dorner is extended to las vegas because he owns a home there. police are searching for him in los angeles and san bernardino, orange, riverside, san diego and imperial county and could be driving a 2005 gray nissan pickup. as long as he is loose, the lapd has reassigned the motorcycle officers to cars and everyone is working in pairs. the police chief has given an update and has said he has multiple weapons. >> he knows what he is doing. we trained him. he was a member of the armed forces. it is extremely worrisome and scary. >> christopher dorner is armed and extremely dangerous. the targets are police officers and their families. the hunt is extensive. the death toll so far is throw. the killing spree started sunday, when police found a 27-year-old and 28-year-old fiance shot to death in their car. she was an assistant women's basketball coach and he was a public safety officer at usc. her father
. but a man with a plan is getting in the game to help. his story tonight from nbc's kristen dahlgren. >> reporter: towering above the ground for thousands of years, the giant redwoods were no match for man. split and sawed for timber, fewer than 5% of the gentle giants are still standing. the oldest and biggest were taken first. at 30 feet across, this stump is wider than any tree living today. it once stood 40 stories tall. but over 150 years after it was chopped down, take a look. new growth. what they're now turning into a new generation. >> what this tree has, it holds potential to be as big as its parents. >> reporter: cloning the largest trees that ever lived. >> this one is perfect. they just kept saying, it's impossible, can't be done. we didn't listen. >> reporter: david founded the archangel ancient tree archives. his mission, to reverse climate change by recreating the old growth forest, including redwoods and sequoias. after years of trial and error, his dream defied the experts and took root. >> from this size to that size in about two weeks. >> reporter: his lab is crow
for his second term in office. kpix reporter, kristen ayers tells us, the federal minimum wage to $9 an hour. bring a lot more troops home from afghanistan and wants to put more limits on guns. >> mr. speaker -- >> in his first state of the union address of his second term, the president focused on the middle class and millions of americans looking for work and challenged congress to cut out the partisanship and help them. >> the american people have worked too hard for too long, rebuilding from one crisis to see their elected officials cause another. >> the president emphasized economic recovery programs will not add to the deficit. he also outlined his plan to bring 34,000 troops home from afghanistan by this time next year. that is half the u.s. force there. >> by the end of next year, our war in afghanistan will be over. >> gun laws were also a theme of the night. the president introduced victims of gun violence who joined the first lady and members of congress in the chamber. he says congress owes them a gun bill. >> they deserve a vote. gabby giffords deserves a vote. t
to our planet. nbc's kristen dahlgren reports on this close encounter set for tomorrow. >> reporter: it's the stuff of hollywood blockbusters like "deep impact." a massive space rock hurdling toward earth. >> for an astroid, this is a very close call. >> reporter: close, as in between the earth and many of its satellites. on friday, the astroid known as 2012 da14, a mass half the size of a football field will pass 17,200 miles above the earth. traveling about five miles per second. but slow down. nasa says there is absolutely no danger. >> it's not going to cause earthquakes, it's not going to cause any climate change. >> reporter: da14 was first discovered by amateur astronomers last february in spain. since then, nasa has been plotting its path and is certain there will be no impact. its closest approach expected to be near indonesia at 2:24 p.m. eastern on friday. images have already been captured on high-powered telescopes in australia. >> you won't be able to see it with the naked eye. with research and a decent telescope, you have a shot but your best bet may be to do what a lot o
pass from tracy with road work in marin southbound 101. kristen and eric? >> 4:39. >> next turning up the power of a billion, "for more violence against women." >> bicycle riders welcome. bart's experiment to give them more freedom to ride the >> los altos, antioch, pet plume and the bay area, this is abc7 news. >> 4:42, everyone. we are the scene gateway to the weekend, and we have mike nicco with the weather and sue hall will tell you about traffic as you look the scene bay bridge. >> gateway to the late president's day weekend. we will have you paying attention to this story, a shark sighting at monterey bay has surfers on high alert spotted yesterday morning at moss landing beach between santa cruz and monterey. a dozen subers spotted the great white 150 yards away from where they were. they watched the shark devour a sea lion and estimated to be between 10' and 12 feet long. a surfer saw the sea lion swim past him and other surfers, boom, got out of the water. >> preventing violence against women and children is the focus of an international movement called "a billion rising "the
kristen ayers if gene quan won't take action, they will. >> quiet as it seems from here, a neighborhood in the oakland hills, is in crisis. >> they completely trashed the house. >> for the first time in 38 years, they were robbed around noon today. a burglar ransacked their home and made off with drawers full of jewelry. >> it's just the typical feeling of being olated and anger. >> i would say the last six months. it feels like it has gotten noticeably worse in this neighborhood. >> evidence of the uptick in burglaries is visible. utility poles are plastered with the faces of burglary suspects caught on camera. >> the group of neighbors that got together felt that we needed to do something immediate and something meaningful. >> so steven pollock and his neighbors are on the verge of hiring private security guards, 62 households will pay $60 each for one guard to parole a half mile radius looking for burglars. >> our hope is that it's a deterent. >> some neighbors are skeptical. alarm companies already have uniformed officers paroling some sections of the oakland hills with min
there in the thick of it all. his story tonight from nbc's kristen dahlgren. >> gentlemen, gentlemen. >> reporter: they say movies have the power to transport you. >> over here, right here. >> reporter: the oscar red carpet is a long way from afghanistan. 14-year-old fawad mohammadi was selling maps on the streets of kabul, struggling to support his mom and seven siblings when american director sam french noticed something in those soulful green eyes. he cast him in "buzkashi boys," a short film about the son of a blacksmith and a street peddler, two friends with big dreams. we were with fawad in afghanistan when he found out that film is an oscar nominee. >> i'm so happy. >> reporter: did you ever think that you would be here? >> no. i never think that i would be here. >> reporter: it's been a whirlwind trip so far. autographs, paparazzi, fittings. they can't wait to see the movie stars. >> brad pitt, al pacino, nicolas cage and tom cruise. >> reporter: in between a trip to universal studios and some classic americana -- >> he likes french fries. >> reporter: they can't help but wonder what amer
to sustain the centuries-old fishing industry in the region. as kristen saloomey reports from new hampshire, the fishermen fear that restrictions could drive them out of business. >> off the coast of new hampshire, is fishermen is navigating a sea of government regulations. the amount of shrimp he is allowed take from the gulf of maine has been reduced to three quarters since last year. and now regulators, worried about wiggling fish population, want to -- regulators, worried about dwindling fish population -- >> in the past, when they had these spasms of fooling around with a particular spot, they did not fool around with all of my once. -- at once. now there is no place to turn. >> these large, closed areas that have been closed since the mid-mitte19990's. >> we have been trying to rebuild cod stocks. we thought we were making progress, but we have not been. things have gotten worse. >> they cannot say for sure why cod stocks are so low. they blame a combination of overfishing and rising water temperatures. >> commercial fishermen have been catching water here since the 1600s. it was once
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